Not-for-profit Law
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Get #social not #sued - social media and the law for not-for-profits

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Social media can be an invaluable tool in promoting the work of your organisation, but if not properly managed it has the potential to cause damage to your organisation, clients, employees or volunteers.

In this webinar, we’ll step you through the key legal risks you face when you publish content on social media, including - privacy, confidentiality, intellectual property and defamation.

We’ll cover:

  • Social media content including confidentiality and intellectual property
  • Defamation and privacy considerations
  • Managing social media use by your not-for-profit
  • Top tips and further resources

You’ll also get:

  • An opportunity to ask questions
  • A copy of webinar recording (available for 30 days)
  • Information on further resources and support

Cost: $30 - $50

If your organisation is unable to cover the webinar fee or if you're having trouble registering please get in touch at nfptraining@justiceconnect.org.au

This is an online event - access details for the webinar will be sent by email before the event.

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Last Updated: 09 September 2020